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Bios i work on my com. after 2weeks.then i found that com. restarts regularly when windows is loading.after some restrarts amsg come on the monitor that"boot block compatible version ver .003,bad bios checksum.starting bios recovery".now the monitor didn't turn on. please help

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Try to go to safe mode choose system restore. If you cant get through it. Unplug your power cable.Then its time to open your pc ground yourself with anti static pad b4 touching it to the computer. Take the cmos battery, return it after 30 seconds or more then put back battery again. Plug your pc turn it on. If is not working try to update your bios.

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